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VBS Shell Application Windows doesn't return correct number of IE Tabs

VBS Shell Application Windows doesn't return correct number of IE Tabs

VBS Shell Application Windows doesn't return correct number of IE Tabs

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I am trying to access to the second tab on Internet Explorer 11 with the following vbs code without success:
With CreateObject("Shell.Application").Windows()
  WScript.Echo "Shell windows count = " & .Count
  For z = 0 To .count-1
    WScript.Echo z & " , " & .Item(z).LocationURL
  Next
End With
 

When I programmatically click on "Print" on the Ribbon in the first tab, the second tab will come. The second tab has the same URL with the first tab.
Problem: I could not programmatically access to tab #2. The code only return 1 for .Count
The code worked properly on 3 other computers that I can tested but it doesn't on one of my computer. Maybe you guy have an idea?

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